Set up and serve Jekyll

    📅 February 28 2021

    Steps to setup a jekyll server. 🔗 Read more...

    如何解决github访问慢的问题(中文)

    📅 February 28 2021

    最近回到国内,不知什么原因,访问Github时出现“无法下载release”、“克隆速度慢”、“raw文件无法查看”等问题。网上搜索后发现还有很多网友也碰到这一问题。在此梳理下解决方法。 🔗 Read more...

    Vie of Delft: 2019 - 2020

    📅 January 15 2021

    I have been in the Netherlands for two years. I will leave here soon and return to my motherland. Something unforgettable happened in this period, such as the birth of Ann, the pandemic of COVID-19, and friendly people I met. I’d like to share some photos to document my journey in Delfland. 🔗 Read more...

    Academic conferences on water and environment

    📅 December 30 2020

    It posted a list of academic conferences on water and environment. 🔗 Read more...

    Sites worth sharing

    📅 February 13 2020

    Those sites were worth sharing. 🔗 Read more...

    Add text or annotation into the axes in matplotlib

    📅 September 23 2020

    How to display the value label in the plot. Try text or annotate function in matplotlib. 🔗 Read more...

    Setup font size and other groups in matplotlib

    📅 September 18 2020

    How to control the font size in your graph. By changing ‘rcParams’ globally. It also works for other rc groups. 🔗 Read more...

    How to write a Jekyll blog

    📅 September 01 2019

    This is a templete to show how to write a post. 🔗 Read more...

    First release of voronoi-diagram-for-polygons

    📅 July 26 2020

    Voronoi diagram for polygons is a tool to create a Voronoi diagram also known as Thiessen polygons for polygons. It’s based on Shapely and GeoPandas. There are lots of tools to create a Voronoi diagram for points, for example Create Thiessen Polygons (Analysis) in ArcGIS Pro or ArcGIS Desktop, Voronoi Polygons in QGIS, or voronoi_diagram in Shapely. All of them are really cool. How about a Voronoi diagram for polygons? That’s what this tool does. 🔗 Read more...

    Differences between dissolve and union in geoproceesing

    📅 July 20 2020

    When geometris intersect, how to union them? And if they aren’t intersected, how would these tools work? 🔗 Read more...